Data from: Maternal allocation in eggs when counting on helpers in a cooperatively breeding bird

Juliana Valencia, Concha Mateos, Carlos De La Cruz & Juan Carranza
For cooperatively breeding birds, it has been proposed that breeders should reduce their investment in eggs when they count on helpers, because this can be compensated for by helpers provisioning of nestlings. Data from some species have supported this prediction, but this is not the case in others. It has also been proposed that mothers should not reduce but rather increase investment if the presence of helpers enhances the reproductive value of offspring, a pattern...
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